Quoting kavon:Zombie Cake:
Zombie cupcakes (except for the one on top, the geen one are kinda cute)
Quoting kavon:Zombie cupcakes (except for the one on top, the geen one are kinda cute)
Bleached white bones never tasted so delicious. This recipe originally appeared in Ghoulish Goodies, by Sharon Bowers.
Follow the instructions on the candy wafers package to melt the candy in a wide bowl. For each bone, press marshmallows onto both ends of a pretzel stick or rod, with the marshmallows' flat sides parallel to the pretzel.
Dip each pretzel into the melted candy to coat it. Lift it out with a fork, letting the excess drip back into the bowl. Place the bone onto a sheet of waxed paper to set at room temperature.
Ooops delted my first reply by accident..... Pinterest has lots of cool ideas not sure if some are suitable for kids party or too scary......
how to make zombie marshmallow popsyou will need:*
*Find the sprinkles and lollipop sticks in the craft store. You can probably find food coloring pens there, too, but I prefer Americolor Gourmet Writers.
what to do:Lay a marshmallow on its side. Put a dab of corn syrup on the back of a confetti sprinkle with the toothpick and stick on the marshmallows where you want eyes (note some of my zombies only have one eye). Use the markers to draw dots, “x”s, mouths, eyes, blood, whatever you want. Insert a lollipop stick (if you want, see below without stick). You may need to let the corn syrup dry for a couple hours to get the sprinkles to adhere securely.
Halloween is one of my most favorite Holidays! I love getting our family and friends together and coming up with some cool themed foods for our parties. Today we had a Zombie Party and here are some fun recipes to get your own Zombie Party on!
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 2 minutes
For dessert we had Dirt Cups!
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